Connie "Bob" Fry

September 22, 1937June 2, 2021

Connie Caldwell Fry, age 83, of Yuma, Arizona passed away on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. Bob was born September 22, 1937.

Connie is survived by his wife, Genette Fry; son Christopher Fry (Tiffany); and daughter Athena Godwin (Scooter); brothers Norman Mudd, Donald Mudd and sister Debbie Myers; grandchildren Charles Fry, Jon Elis, Bretta Straub, Cori Ellis, Chad Ellis, Erik Fry, Brittany Dunhan and Brianna Oliver.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Fry family.


  • Genette Fry, Wife
  • Christopher Fry (Tiffany), Son
  • Athena Godwin (Scooter), Daughter
  • Norman Mudd, Brother
  • Donald Mudd, Brother
  • Debbie Myers, Sister
  • Charles Fry, Grandson
  • Jon Elis, Grandson
  • Bretta Straub, Granddaughter
  • Cori Ellis, Granddaughter
  • Chad Ellis, Grandson
  • Erik Fry, Grandson
  • Brittany Dunhan, Granddaughter
  • Brianna Oliver, Granddaughter


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Connie "Bob" Fry

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Sande Sellers

June 12, 2021

Bob was loved by many. He will be greatly missed. Will always remember one of his favorite sayings. " If you're going to be a bear be a grizzly" when you see Gwinn give him my love and enjoy your golf games together. Will miss you.

Norman Mudd

June 7, 2021

My brother Bob was the consummate Big Brother. He was always looking for a reason to laugh, and he usually found one! I loved his laugh which was just like him: bigger than life, not concerned about political correctness, engaging, energetic, and filled with love.

Bob always made me feel welcome and loved. Tough love, but an embracing love that I will cherish all the days of my life. All my memories of Bob are with him smiling and laughing. I miss you so much! May our memories be a blessing.

Skyler Straub

June 6, 2021

He has always been there for everyone, he was always there for me everytime I stopped by. He was a good person and will be missed ! Rest In Peace may ur soul fly high 🙏🏻

Pat Karvoski

June 5, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family. Fly with the angels Bob. Peace be with you.

Chris Fry

June 5, 2021

Almost anyone that knows my Dad and I's relationship will be able to relate to this picture. I learned most of what I know from as far as work ethics and working with my hands form Dad. This is one of my favorite pictures. He is working, it was cold, he gave me his jacket and he was always teaching me. Dad was a good man with a Giant heart and a sense of humor that sometimes he could enjoy more than anyone else. :O) I think everyone will know exactly what I mean. Miss you Dad and always will.

Chris Fry

June 5, 2021

Love you Dad.

Patricia Harvey

June 4, 2021

I remember my Uncle Bob as one of the most handsome men I've ever known. Handsome in the way that he was generous, kind, full of life. I'm proud I was able to call him my uncle Bob. I will miss him.

Charles Fry

June 4, 2021

One of the greatest men in my life. You taught me the value of hard work, taught me how to drive. I will never forget the summer we spent together getting the property built up in ShowLow. One of the best summers ever. You are gone but will never be forgotten. Til then, all my love